Chris Camozzi picked up steam as the rounds wore on, earning a split decision win over Nick Ring at UFC 158 on Saturday night. read news >>
MONTREAL – It wasn't the prettiest win, but a win nonetheless for Chris Camozzi against Canadian Nick Ring. The American convinced two of three judges that he was the victor after three rounds that more resembled a sparring session than a fight. read news >>
Though he seems to be looking on the bright side of things on the heels of his release, Camozzi is a bit irritated that judging in MMA is so far off. Chris Camozzi took to the Performance MMA blog to announce that he has been released by Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) on the heels of his split-decision loss to Rafael Natal, which went down at UFC Fight Night 50 back on Sept. 5, 2014. While Camozzi -- who is taking the news pretty well -- knows all too well the dangers of losing four fights read news >>
Georges St-Pierre has retained the UFC welterweight title with a unanimous decision win over Nick Diaz at UFC 158 from the Bell Centre in Montreal, Canada. read news >>
Chris Camozzi is ready to prove to the UFC and the fans that he's a legit contender at middleweight and that mission starts with Nick Ring at UFC 158 in Montreal read news >>
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Gray Maynard defeated Clay Guida by split decision in the main event of UFC on FX 4, but was frustrated by the way the fight played out.
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Denver's Chris Camozzi is young in the UFC, but he's already hip to an
important lesson in fighting: you can't make everyone happy.
Camozzi, a veteran of "The Ultimate Fighter 11," got a few boos this
past Saturday at UFC 121 when judges ruled him the victor in a fight
against "The Ox," also known as Dongi Yang. There's just one thing he
can say to that.
What can you do?
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AUSTIN, Texas – Doing his best impression of ex-champ Dominick Cruz, Chico Camus danced and feinted around Brad Pickett, counter-striking his way to a split-call win.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>
UFC color commentator Brian Stann repeated a phrase several times during Darren Elkins' win over Lucas Martins which pretty much summed up their UFC featherweight fight: "It's not the prettiest game plan, but it's effective." That pretty much summed things up. Elkins, in need of a win after dropping two of his past three bouts, controlled Martins for most of the bout and earned a split-decision victory at UFC 179. Elkins got two 30-27 scores from the judges, while the third was a bizarre 30-27 i read news >>
What in the world did that one judge see?!? Darren Elkins took some time off after losing to Jeremy Stephens back in January, his second defeat in his past three outings. He thought the time away would help him get back on track upon his return, which came tonight (Sat., Oct. 25, 2014) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on the main card of the UFC 179: "Aldo vs. Mendes 2" pay-per-view (PPV) against Lucas Martins. He was right, even if it was ugly as all get out. Elkins dipped down for a takedown almost read news >>
In a battle of two welterweights in the UFC Octagon on Saturday in Stockholm, Sweden - one experienced but needing to reclaim lost position and another on the rise - it'd be the veteran who would edge out his opponent as Rick Story defeated Gunnar Nelson via split decision in the main event at UFC Fight Night 53. The event aired on UFC Fight Pass. The two were active right away in the first frame, not with huge flurries of activities, but steady drips of offense. Story was consistent with leg ki read news >>